King’s has a long history of hosting and working with artists across its faculties and within its wide range of research areas, bringing together over 35 artist residences that have connected academic research with art through a range of media. Currently there are seven collaborations as part of the King's Artists 19-20 programme, with projects exploring issues of climate change through dance to using art to investigate experiences of psychosis.
The King's Artists Virtual Studios has been created as a platform to showcase new work from the 19-20 residency projects as they develop in real time.
Alongside the live projects, many King's Artists have presented their projects on national and international platforms and have gone on to developed important new work and research. These Virtual Studios will also share archival material from past residencies as well as new developments and projects.
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Image: Maria-Teresa Ortoleva, King's Artist 19-20
Sensory installation by Inés Cámara Leret presented at King's
King's Artist Inés Cámara Leret and Dr George Adamson showcased their 'Weather the Weather' installation as part of the Being Human Festival 2020.